tyvey Posted August 14, 2012 Share Posted August 14, 2012 (edited) This smells like a PINK, yes PINK (?!!!?) but sheerly so, not crystallized sugar, just a veil of the color, over a freshly boiled Easter Virginia ham. I kid of course. No really, over.... a bright blond sheer version of the original Shelly's HAM. The relationship with OCCO SLF is fairly distant, second cousins maybe, and mostly in the honey which is most dominant wet. I bet this drydown will be glorious. ETA as it dries down the amber but esp the musk are coming forward. This was something of an experiment to see if the SLF notes, done in lighter versions, could be a little less ... obvious. The answer is thus far an unqualified NO. This is still quite the smutty schoolgirl. The inexplicable Pink! is gone and this...has got...just one thing on its mind. !! Edited August 14, 2012 by tyvey Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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